The SDGs can get back on track with more funding and targeted green investment

Many emerging markets are still building key infrastructure, so there is an opportunity to build green from the ground up. Image: Photo by Joshua Oluwagbemiga on Unsplash

Simon Cooper

Chief Executive Officer, Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking, and Europe and Americas, Standard Chartered Bank


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